Homeland Security Corporation signs surveillance deal with Camp Pendleton

Published 4 October 2006

The Internet-based supplier will provide cameras, transmitters, and related devices; protecting military bases a big business these days as planners worry about terrorist intrusions and attacks

Homeland Security Corporation (HSC), an Internet-based purveyor of security and surveillance systems, struck gold with a large order to provide cameras, transmitters, and other related devices to the Assault Craft Unit at Camp Pendleton, California. Protecting military bases is big business these days because installations such as Camp Pendleton, though filled to the brim with armed men, were not designed to confront large-scale physical threats. Even the Pentagon before 9/11 had a very limited outside surveillance system, one of the reasons why there is such scant footage of the attacks of that day. Details of HSC’s new contract were not released.

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